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6 Hills Road (4)

History of 6 Hills Road



David Ellis, widower, 75, retired farmer, b Thriplow

Mary A Pearce, niece, 41, housekeeper, b Barrington

Sarah Breet, servant, 19, b Orwell



Anne E Greef, widow, house & fund & property,

Avie Marian, 38, b Cambridge

John Edlin, boarder, 61, retired architect, b London

Eliza Marshall, cook, 35, b Cambridge

Sophia Green, 29, housemaid, b Cambridge


(4 Hills Road)

Ann E Greef, widow, 73, income from consols & ?, b Cambridge

Ann [Avie?] M, 49, income from consols & ?, b Cambridge

John Edlin, boarder, 71, retired architect, b London

Clara Peck, servant, 19, housemaid

Harriett Henshall, nurse, 37, b Cheshire

Sophia Green, 40, cook, b Cambridge


George Wallis,

Anna Maria

Ada Wiles, 23, servant, b Cambs

Elizabeth Wilshire, 21, servant, b Herts


George Wallis, 65, surgeon, b Cambridge

Ann M, 48, b Cherry Hinton

Emily A Moore, 22, housemaid,  b Cambridge

Alice A Brooks, 20, cook, b Cambridge

George Wallis had worked at St Bartholemew’s Hospital where he qualified MRCS in 1857. He came to Addenbrookes Cambridge as House Surgeon and Apothecary in 1859. He was elected opthalmic surgeon in 1879.


Sidonie Louth trading as Madame Duhart, 43, dressmaker, b Poitiers France


Madame Duhart

1936, Blue Book


Claude E Tongue, b 1901, bank clerk

Constance E Tongue, b 1898, dressmaker


Mabel M Edgar, b 1902


Irene L Hersee, b 1914, civil servant post office engineering, ARP service telephonist report centre



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